Residents got a Tallahassee report card on issues affecting WPB
Mayor reveals her preliminary goals for the 2015 budget.
New homes are on the way to Coleman Park.
Mayor terminates contract with outside company brought in to straighten out the city’s housing department.
Decision follows the recommendation of specialists hired to look at city operations.
Apply today for a permit for a field trip to one of the city’s fountains.
Overall property values in the city up almost double from last year.
Mayor announces relocation of corporate financial HQ to WPB
Mayor calls PB Mall case study of government and private sector seamlessly working together.
CRA plan calls for rezoning area to encourage new development in blighted areas.
CRA says bad zoning is choking development.
Meet the special therapy dogs that will “listen” to your child read!
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The plan marks the first time city-wide incentives have been part of the economic strategy.
Get free tax prep help at the library.
It’s being called the largest retail deal to hit downtown Clematis Street in years.
New study ranks West Palm Beach among the best places to park your car.
Mayor Jeri Muoio led a city delegation to the capitol to push for several city issues.
The city owns 160 acres of land located near Haverhill Road and 45th Street.
Would annexation make the property more valuable to a potential buyer?
“Every disaster is a local disaster,” said City of WPB emergency officials.
The Mayor visits 3rd graders at Westward Elementary School.
New radio show provides chance for residents to hear directly from the Mayor on important issues.
The West Palm Beach Boat Show will take place March 20th – March 23rd.
The meeting is part of Mayor Muoio’s commitment to continue her “Open Access” policy.
“We were really quite shocked to see it there.”
North end public design event takes place through March 7th.
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Nine New West Palm Beach Firefighters About To Hit the Streets.
Members of WPB Police and Fire walked the property to ensure it’s safe to open.